M-libraries2012

  1. thomcochrane
    #mlib12 notes for my closing keynote available here: https://t.co/Q4KIiQm0
  2. PuckOfPooksHill
    #mlib12 the ways that libraries a working is changing. Mobile is a catalyst for that change.
  3. katekari
    #mlib12 Closing keynote, Thomas Cochrane: “Beyond No Significant Difference: Designing mlearning as a catalyst for pedagogical change.”
  4. spiky7
    Loving the keynote already – Big Bang Theory clip is the best way to start 🙂 #mlib12 
  5. katekari
    #mlib12 T. Cochrane: “m-learning is disruptive technology” and can therefore be the catalyst for change: authentic learning
  6. mlibraries
    RT @katekari: #mlib12 T. Cochrane: “m-learning is disruptive technology” and can therefore be the catalyst for change: authentic learning
  7. lkamsin
    RT @katekari: #mlib12 T. Cochrane: “m-learning is disruptive technology” and can therefore be the catalyst for change: authentic learning
  8. spiky7
    Chirp demo fun! Love the interaction of @thomcochrane’s session, definitely a good idea for the closing keynote for tired delegates #mlib12 
  9. MsPhelps
    Great examples of classroom interaction! Evernote doc for closing keynote #mlib12 @thomcochrane https://t.co/mkZkroaI
  10. Prossian
    RT @thomcochrane: #mlib12 notes for my closing keynote available here: https://t.co/Q4KIiQm0
  11. spiky7
    RT @PuckOfPooksHill: #mlib12 heutagogy – student directed learning http://t.co/bHTndGeg
  12. joeyanne
    Some cool ideas coming out of the final presentation at #mlib12 – @thomcochrane demonstrating different mobile resources to use in teaching
  13. mcbjazz
    @thomcochrane using mobile tech to re-think teaching and learning, student-generated content, not to underpin old pedagogic models #mlib12
  14. MsPhelps
    ‘My wife is a kindergarten / elementary school teacher’ – heard that quite a few times from #mlib12 speakers 😉 Must be a good fit!
  15. AgentK23
    RT @thomcochrane: #mlib12 notes for my closing keynote available here: https://t.co/Q4KIiQm0
  16. PuckOfPooksHill
    #mlib12 #icollab12 international community of practice
  17. spiky7
    Good to hear positive comments about Google ; if not everyone has given up on it after all, I’ll give it yet another go… #mlib12 
  18. joeyanne
    Don’t make assumptions about what your users own or what they want to do – ask them! #mlib12
  19. pat2pattern
    RT @joeyanne: Don’t make assumptions about what your users own or what they want to do – ask them! #mlib12
  20. Dymvue
    @joeyanne Don’t make assumptions about what your users own or what they want to do – ask them! #mlib12 : Can we say this loudly to snr mgrs?
  21. PuckOfPooksHill
    @thomcochrane Wow. Loads to think about #mlib12
  22. benshowers
    @thomcochrane mentioning Visitors and residents project at #mlib12: http://t.co/ldiLIFff
  23. benshowers
    RT @thomcochrane: #mlib12 notes for my closing keynote available here: https://t.co/Q4KIiQm0
  24. OU_Digilab
    RT @PuckOfPooksHill #mlib12 heutagogy – student directed learning http://t.co/B6aD1soG
  25. spiky7
    A cheer for saying the ‘digital natives’ theory isn’t good. It’s about immersion in the media not age; residents vs visitors better #mlib12 
  26. benshowers
    RT @joeyanne: Don’t make assumptions about what your users own or what they want to do – ask them! #mlib12
  27. DonnaLanclos
    RT @joeyanne: Don’t make assumptions about what your users own or what they want to do – ask them! #mlib12
  28. spiky7
    Aww #mlib12 is over 😥 Better sob my way home now. Thanks to everyone here for making it fantastic!
  29. #mlib12 something to remember Milton Keynes 🙂 AWESOME! pic.twitter.com/8AYsYyVY
  30. RT @thomcochrane: #mlib12 something to remember Milton Keynes 🙂 AWESOME! pic.twitter.com/8AYsYyVY
  31. mcbjazz
    “Information on the move’: an mobile conference in the city of roundabouts'”, some impressions of #mlib12 http://ow.ly/e9N7I
  32. “Thomas Cochrane’s closing keynote ended with the powerful statement that mobile technologies can transform existing ways of teaching  – and for libraries in particular that means thinking differently about how we teach students, and thinking about about student-generated content. We want to encourage students to map and document their library space, not just get us librarians to do it for them. He showed us a video by students at Auckland on QR codes – done as a project before the library even started promoting them! . He also ran a live demo of Chirp – a technology that sends digital data such as pictures via sound, that could be used in lectures.”
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